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    Biscotti :)

    Sharon123
    Wed Feb 06, 2013 4:23 pm
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    Biscotti (Italian pronunciation: [bisˈkɔtti]), more correctly known as biscotti di Prato (English: Prato biscuits), also known as cantuccini (English: coffee bread), are twice-baked biscuits originating in the Italian city of Prato. The biscuits are oblong-shaped almond biscuits, made dry and crunchy through cutting the loaf of dough while still hot and fresh from baking in the oven.

    "Biscotti" is the plural form of biscotto. The word originates from the medieval Latin word biscoctus, meaning "twice-cooked/baked." It defined oven baked goods that were baked twice, so they were very dry and could be stored for long periods of time. Pliny the Elder boasted that such goods would be edible for centuries. Such nonperishable food was particularly useful during journeys and wars, and twice baked breads were a staple food of the Roman Legions.

    Since they are very dry, biscotti traditionally are served with a drink, into which they may be dunked. In Italy they are typically served as an after-dinner dessert with a Tuscan fortified wine called vin santo.

    Outside of Italy, they more frequently accompany coffee, including cappuccinos and lattes, or black tea.

    In Spain, carquinyoli are usually served with a small glass of a sweet dessert wine, such as muscat or moscatell.


    Here are some recipes:
    Snickerdoodle Biscotti
    Kittencal's Almond Biscotti
    Cinnamon Mocha Biscotti
    Oreo Biscotti
    Double Chocolate Chunk Biscotti

    Christmas Biscotti
    Sunrise Biscotti
    Italian Biscotti Al La Syd
    Orange Poppy Seed Biscotti
    Peanut Butter and Chocolate Biscotti

    Chocolate Biscotti II
    Cranberry-Almond Biscotti
    Chocolate-Espresso-Pistachio Biscotti
    Jelly Bean Biscotti
    Starbucks Lemon-Tipped Biscotti


    And there are a ton more! Do you love biscotti? Do you have a recipe posted? Let's see your favorites!
    JoyfulCook
    Thu Feb 07, 2013 1:04 am
    Forum Host
    Really beautiful Sharon - pity I don't like almonds or the flavor icon_sad.gif they all look great!
    Sharon123
    Thu Feb 07, 2013 11:02 am
    Forum Host
    Joy, I do think there are many biscotti recipes without almonds or almond extract icon_wink.gif

    Here are biscotti recipes I have posted:

    Brownie Alpine Biscotti

    Chocolate Popcorn Biscotti

    Pecan-Caramel Biscotti

    Bittersweet Chocolate Biscotti


    Fig Newton Biscotti

    Popcorn Biscotti
    katie in the UP
    Sat Feb 23, 2013 7:01 am
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    I make batches of Nutella Biscotti frequently it's a favorite of ours.
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